Actress Scottie Thompson is starring in three buzz-worthy feature films that are currently hitting the festival circuit. She is starring opposite Thomas Jane and Luke Klientank in the futuristic cop thriller, CROWN VIC, produced by Alec Baldwin, and written and directed by Joel Souza. CROWN VIC had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 29, 2019.
The film CROWN VIC follows two police officers (Thomas Jane and Luke Kleintank) at opposite ends of their career over the course of a single, tumultuous night in the Olympic Division of Los Angeles. A rookie looking to escape from the shadow of his father finds his first patrol spiraling towards a search for a missing girl and a violent hunt for two cop killers on the loose. A squad car becomes a home to the musings of the rookie and his older partner as they chase down a motley crew of increasingly aggressive suspects, roaming their patrol zone, looking for trouble.
The orange-bathed streets of LA play foil to grounded, naturalistic performances from Jane and Kleintank. Contrasting scenes of pulsating violence, Crown Vic is a wild ride of a thriller that wrestles with the grey area between justice and law.
Scottie also stars opposite James Purefoy in LIMBO, which is written and directed by Mark Youngwhich and will opened at the Beverly Hills Film Festival on April 3rd. Last up, Scottie stars in EPIPHANY, written and directed by Koula Kazista and Katina Sossiadis and co-starring Caitlin Carmichael and Alexandre Dimitridos. EPIPHANY premieres at the Sarasota Film Festival.
Scottie can currently be seen in BROKEN GHOST, directed by Richard Gray and co-starring Nick Farnall and Autry Hayden-Wilson. It is currently available on iTunes and Netflix.
In addition to her upcoming features films, Scottie has starred in four upcoming short films: PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN AT DAWN, written and directed by Cullen Douglas; UNDERCUT, written and directed by Kelly Pike; THE GERMAN KING, written and directed by Adetokumboh McCormack; and BRANDON, written by Christopher Lovick and Chad Faust, and directed by Christopher Lovick.
Scottie’s previous credits include: 12 Monkeys, Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS, Trauma, Bones, The Blacklist, THE LOOK A LIKE, 37, SKYLINE, and STAR TREK.
Not only beautiful, she is smart, Scottie is a graduate of Harvard University, where she danced with the Harvard Ballet Company. She subsequently danced for the Richmond Ballet.